If there is anything that all programmers would agree on, it is their hatred of error messages. While they are unfortunately a necessary part of programming, they are annoying to programmers. In most cases, it means you have done something wrong, and that is never a good thing.
What is this error?
The typeerror ‘int’ object is not subscriptable error message is a case where the message actually gives a meaningful description of the problem. It occurs when using an integer variable but treating it like a subscriptable object. In other words, if you use an integer in the form of int[i] you will get our error message unless the variable is itself an array or other type of list. If your integer variable is a scriptable object then you will not get the error message using the form of int[i], otherwise, you will get it.
Why does it occur?
The typeerror: int object is not subscriptable message occurs because a single value integer variable is being treated as an array or similar data type. You have a similar problem what other types such as a string. A subscriptable python object includes arrays, data frames, and other types of data lists. This is a code error resulting from the improper use of a subscript in an integer object. For example, the code example array[i] does not produce an error message int.array[i] does not produce a problem, but int[i] will produce our message. This is because using the integer variable or integer value without being an array or another data type does not accept a subscript element.
How do I fix it?
Learning to fix typeerror: ‘int’ object is not subscriptable message is quite simple. Just remember that a non subscriptable object integer variable has only one number as a value unless it is defined as an array or other type of list. So the simple solution to this problem is to simply remove the subscript from the variable. An alternative, if you really want an array, is to define the variable as in an array, to begin with. Both of these solutions fix the problem, the one you use depends upon what you intend to do with the program and the different data types or integer type value you want to use in your non subscriptable object function.
The typeerror: int object is not subscriptable message is quite easy to understand because it is simply putting a subscript where it should not be. It is easy to find because all you need to do is look for the subscript. It is easy to correct because all you need to do is eliminate the subscript, or turn the scalar variable into an array. It is a simple problem, with two simple solutions.